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6-minute read Sinothile Baloyi - June 30th 2023 Your favourite packaged cookie. What is it, actually? Let’s just focus on the basic ingredients of the kind of cookie you might bake yourself. So, probably wheat flour, sugar, baking powder, maybe chocolate, butter, and flavourings. Now let’s
6-minute read Sinothile Baloyi - April 21st 2023 In 1765 James Watt improved Thomas Newcomen’s steam engine, to such an extent that he often gets incorrectly credited with inventing the whole thing himself. How did he do this? Perhaps it was simply serendipity, or could his access at a young
2-minute read Sinothile Baloyi - January 12th 2023 Is there a shared, aligned goal across your whole organisation when it comes to modelling and simulation? In a recent webinar, Andy Richardson, a chartered engineer with 30 years’ experience and a fellow of the Institution of Mechanical
7-minute read NAFEMS Stochastics Working Group - June 16th 2022 The NAFEMS Stochastics Working Group (SWG) has developed a guide entitled "What is Uncertainty Quantification (UQ)?"  describing the basic steps and definitions of Uncertainty Quantification, it has also hosted several
Your Questions, Answered. 2-minute read April 28th 2022 NAFEMS Americas recently presented a webinar with Linda Knudsen from Syncroness on the importance of simulation result credibility, titled ‘Define and Deliver Credible Results.’ We summarised some of the key points in this article,
Judit Oldal, NAFEMS - July 27th 2021 We are pleased to bring you a series of posts about the NAFEMS Eastern Europe Steering Committee members so you can learn more about them. First up is Ms. Ioana Tircomnicu-Unga. Tell us briefly about yourself Passionate about how digital technologies can